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  • Audio CD (Feb. 20 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Best of
  • Label: Sony Imports
  • ASIN: B00006310F
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #119,745 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. No, No, No Part 2 (featuring Wyclef Jean extended version)
2. Emotion (Neptunes remix)
3. Bootylicious (Rockwilder remix)
4. Say My Name (Timbaland remix)
5. Bug A Boo (Refugee Camp remix, featuring Wyclef Jean)
6. Dot (E-Poppi mix)
7. Survivor (remix featuring Da Brat, extended version)
8. Independent Women Part II
9. Nasty Girl (Azza'a Nu Soul mix)
10. Jumpin', Jumpin' (remix extended version, featuring Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat & Lil Bow Wow)
11. Bills, Bills, Bills (Maurice's Xclusive Livegig mix)
12. So Good (Maurice's Soul remix)
13. Heard a Word (bonus track from Michelle Williams solo album)

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Destiny's Child ~ This Is The Remix

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This Is the Remix shows just why Destiny's Child is such a powerhouse: they have wicked songs that can survive almost any treatment. Not that the selections, culled from the group's three preceding albums, are mishandled here. The Neptunes aren't quite at the top of their game on "Emotion," but Timbaland's sexy remix of "Say My Name" is one of the best things he's done--and that's saying a lot. Despite too many rap interludes, the CD ends on a high note with feverish Maurice Joshua mixes of "Jumpin', Jumpin'," "Bills, Bills, Bills," and "So Good" that are simply fantastic dance-floor burners. The one misstep is the tucked-away "Heard a Word," a track from Michelle Williams's solo album. Still, this is state-of-the-art mainstream R&B designed to tide fans over until the triumvirate goes back to the studio together. --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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3.7 out of 5 stars

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No No No Part 2 had no reason to be extended (there, I said it). Emotion [Neptunes Remix] is so much better than the original. The music is 100x better and their vocals are better as well. Bootylicious [Rockwilder Remix] was good, but should have been faster, not slower than the original. Now, Say My Name [Timbaland Remix] is good as a slow remix. Sounds much better than the original. I don't know about Bug A Boo {Refugee Remix], both versions don't really appeal to me. Dot {E-Poppi Remix] sounds similar to the original, but he made it sound more "Black" if you know what I mean. Survivor ["Extended" Remix] is horrible. That ain't no remix, that's like a 2nd version of the song. They should put on the radio remix that's on the Import of Survivor Album. Independent Woman II is great. Nasty Girl [Azza Nu Soul Remix] is great. Now here comes the club medleys, Jumpin Jumpin [Extended Remix]. Starts off with So So Def then goes into a club mix, the club mix sounds better. Next without stopping comes Bills, Bills, Bills [Livegig Remix], sounds just as good as the original. Without stopping again is So Good [Nu Soul Remix]. Starts off with people talking at a party then the music comes in, a slowed down version of the song. Heard A Word sucks. Good remix cd though. Die hard DC fans only!
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By Nasser Alqatami on Jan. 22 2004
Format: Audio CD
They have been called the new generation Supremes, which is not a very radical comparison since they've released a string of consecutive smash hits and their albums sell like hot cakes.
Beyoncé, Michelle and Kelly seem to be everywhere these days - the mere reference of their names seems to spark a conversation. They are in demand.
However, they haven't released a substantial full-length player since "Survivor" - and they won't for a while since each member is pursuing a solo career currently. The Christmas album wasn't much of a pleaser and this album is a rehashing of past work of some of today's hottest remixers.
"This Is The Remix" starts with "No, No, No Part 2," which is incidentally a remix of a song that was already remixed by Wyclef Jean on their first album. For some reason this extended version falls flat and fails to capture the spice of the original remix.
Beat gods The Neptunes appear on this album on the remix of "Emotion" - originally a ballad, now a bob-your-head tune - a great collaboration with a stronger vocal arrangement than the original.
Unlike many remix albums, this one is almost fully made of R&B remixes, including the Rockwilder remix of "Bootylicious" featuring the queen of remix Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliot.
Timbaland makes an appearance with his version of the delicious "Say My Name" - even when the original is amazing - this is a different take on a great song.
"Nasty Girl," the highlight track from Destiny's Child's "Survivor," was surprisingly never released as a single. It is reinvented as a less-aggressive Azza Nu Soul Mix.
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'This Is The Remix' comes in the long line of recent remix albums by American artists (namely Jessica Simpson's similarly-named remix EP and the much-touted J-Lo remix CD). Destiny's Child's remix incarnation is not as strong or satisfying as Jennifer's 'J To Tha L-O', but it's definitely a worthwhile purchase if for the simple reason that Destiny's Child are a singles group. Their album tracks are far from bad, but it's the hit singles that parade themselves over the airwaves 24/7 that really shine. Thus, the premise of this CD is a very good one ... choose the hit singles and compile remixes of them.
In essence, this should have created a fantastic record. Unfortunately, a couple of VERY dodgy remix choices here and there keep this from being a 5-star release. Firstly, the positives. The Neptunes reworking of 'Emotions' turns it into an uptempo pop/R'n'B jam without destroying the sentiment of the tune, whilst Missy Elliot and Rockwilder turn 'Bootylicious' into a sizzling ode to ... well... shaking your booty. 'No No No (Part II)' is as fantastic as it was back in 1997, and the Refugee Camp mix of 'Bug-A-Boo' is loud and brash with dischordant backing vocals. Sublime, but not for the faint hearted fans of the bubbly original! The Maurice disco mix trilogy at the end of the record ('Jumpin' Jumpin'' / 'Bills Bills Bills' / 'So Good') is an obvious highlight, each track seamlessly seguing into the next to make for 12 minutes of dancefloor ecstasy.
On the flipside, there are some rather major miscalculations. The Timbaland mix of 'Say My Name' is chilled and pleasant, but almost completely unrecognisable from the original song of the same name. Personally, I would have much preferred the Digital Black 'n' Groove Mix or any of the other commercial mixes of this fabulous tune.
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Making a good remixalbum is not easy but we have one here (?). Some of the songs are even new recorded.
No no no Part II (Extended version) : This one is just longer than the single version. I think it's better that way.
Emotion (The Neptunes remix): This song is new recorded and they added a beat. It's nice but the original version is better.
Bootylicious (Rockwilder remix): This song is also new recorded. It's slower now. But the song loses drive and charm.
Say my name (Timbaland remix) This is a Hip hop song. It's not similar to the original version.
Bug a boo (Refuggee camp remix feat. Wyclef Jean): That's interesting. With a new beat, raps and more.
Dot (E-Poppe mix) : I don't like the song and I don't like the remix.
Survivor (remix feat. Da brat): It's the original with a rap.
Independent women Part II: Also nice but Part I is better.
Nasty girl:(Maurice's new soul radio edit): This song is just with a new Dancebeat.
Jumpin Jumpin (Remix feat. JD, Da brat & Lil Bow Wow): The first part is with raps and then the DC-Megamix starts.
Bills bills bills (Maurice's x-clusive livegig mix) A clubmix.
So good (Maurice's nu soul mix): Again a clubmix. They are quite boring.
Head a word: The Gospelsong is taken from Michelle's soloalbum.
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